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Updated April 04, 2010 In February 2007, the United Nations released a scientific report that concludes that global warming is happening and will continue to happen for centuries. Advantages and Disadvantages of Global Warming
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What Is The Greenhouse Effect? The Greenhouse Effect is the atmosphere’s ability to trap heat from the sun, which causes the Earth’s climate to be warmer and more stable than it otherwise would be.
Cause of global warming Cause and effect for global warming | Time for change
Climate change Our climate is changing, largely due to the observed increases in human produced carbon pollution. These changes we have seen over the 20 th century include increases in global average air and ocean temperature, widespread melting of snow and ice and rising global sea levels. The extra heat in the climate system has other impacts, such as affecting atmospheric and ocean circulation, which influences rainfall and wind patterns.
Maps predict future floods for cities - ABC Melbourne - Australian Broadcasting Corporation Updated December 15, 2010 11:57:00
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The Greenhouse Effect - Thermodynamics, Heat, Climate Change
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The Nitrogen Cycle